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Sourdough Slim with

Robert Armstrong

June 10th at 7:30

Sourdough Slim & Robert Armstrong have had the pleasure of sharing their lively roots music with audiences at Carnegie Hall and The Lincoln Center to concert halls, festivals and fairs around the country. With a repertoire of western classics, country blues, vintage jazz and string band favorites from the 1920's and 30's, they share a passion for America's rich musical heritage and they know how to communicate that feeling to an audience. You'll hear raucous and o
ften heartfelt singing accompanied by a dizzying array of acoustic instruments including accordion, guitar, banjo, ukulele, jug, national steel, musical saw and harmonica all dished up with a hearty dose of vaudevillian stagecraft making for a delightfully entertaining experience. "Sourdough Slim and Robert Armstrong are flat-out-entertaining fun...with perfect comedic timing and showmanship...outstanding abilities on a variety of instruments, they dazzle audiences. Performances are always fresh and different...something for everyone." says Margo Metegrano of CowboyPoetry.Com. Sacramento Magazine calls their show "A rollicking evening of outrageous humor and song."

All seats reserved at $25 each. Click here to purchase your tickets

He's Playing our Song-

Great Music from the Stage and Screen

Sunday, June 11 at 2pm

Join award-winning pianist and master storyteller Richard Glazier on a musical tour of Broadway and Hollywood, featuring sensational songs written by everyone from George Gershwin to Marvin Hamlisch. Glazier is famous for combining fascinating stories, hilarious anecdotes and unforgettable performances and this new show is one you’ll never forget. And chances are he’ll play a lot of your favorites. The program includes “Send In the Clowns from A Little Night Music,” “One” from A Chorus Line, “People” from Funny Girl, and Medleys from the immortal Broadway shows Fiddler on the RoofMy Fair Lady, and West Side Story.  Glazier concludes the show with his highly acclaimed interpretation of the Rhapsody in Blue.

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Todd Haaby with Sola Via

in concert

Todd Haaby; guitar, Milo Estrada; guitar, George Bouhey; keyboards,

Leon Vannet; percussion, Warren Zaiger; fretless bass

Friday, June 16th at 7:30

Todd Haaby is celebrating his 10th anniversary CD "Sola Via".  Since its release Sola Via has been played and downloaded all over the world. With its fiery Spanish guitar melodies and Latin rhythms this Cd launched Todd and his group into the music world performing to sold out shows and headlining some of the most prestigious music festivals there are. They have performed on NBC, ABC, NPR, won Gold at the Addy Entertainment Awards. Arts and Entertainment Magazine says "Some of the best Spanish Guitar Music Out there".


We look forward to coming down to one of our favorite places to perform. The Woodland Opera House. We will be performing hits from our CD Sola Via as well as plenty of new material from our new CD's "Into the Night" and "Nu Tierra" ... Looking forward to seeing everyone again.

Reserved seats $25. Children 17 and under $12. Click here to purchase tickets

Bob Haworth from the Kingston Trio


“Tales and Tunes from the Folk Music Era”

Saturday, July 8th at 7:30

Bob Haworth (pronounced “Hay-worth”) spent nearly 40 years on the road as a member of two of the top folk-singing groups in American music history.  Replacing original member, Mike Kirkland of The Brothers Four, Bob toured the world and recorded several albums with the hit folk group.  Best known for favorites like “Greenfields”, “The Green Leaves of Summer” (nominated for an Academy Award as the theme song from the motion picture, “The Alamo”, starring John Wayne), “Try To Remember” and more, The Brothers Four topped the charts during the “Folk Music Era” of the 1960’s.


Then in 1985, Bob answered a call from close friends, The Kingston Trio, and stood in for original member, Nick Reynolds, for the next 20 years.  As the top-selling folk music group of all time, The Kingston Trio is synonymous with such classic hits as “Tom Dooley”, “Greenback Dollar” and “Where Have All The Flowers Gone?” to name a few.  Bob recorded five albums with the Trio and made concert and television appearances all over the world. 


Now semi-retired, Bob Haworth presents “Tales and Tunes from the Folk Music Era”, tracing the rise in popularity of the genre from Woody Guthrie and The Weavers in the 1940’s and ‘50’s to the many artists that caught the ear of music lovers throughout the 1960’s, including The Brothers Four and The Kingston Trio.  Every song has a story and Bob strives to recreate a “hootenanny” atmosphere by encouraging his audiences to sing along.


Drawing on the hit songs that fueled the commercial popularity of folk music, Bob’s show includes interesting and often humorous behind-the-scenes anecdotes about his life on the road and his encounters with the other stars of the era.  Delving into the history of the songs in his repertoire, Bob reveals little-known facts about the evolution of the music, adding a fascinating educational angle to his presentation.  Appropriate for all ages, this show provides an upbeat, toe-tapping, interactive glimpse into the music that comprises the Americana song bag.  As a world-class performer and a charismatic entertainer, Bob Haworth is a guaranteed crowd pleaser!

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